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I am from Minnesota. We have several different facilities in MN. Depending on what facility you work at is going to depend on whether the COs are happy or not. I think for the most part we are happy. ... full thread

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Correctional Nurse Gratitude for Correctional Officers on Thanksgiving

By Lorry Schoenly, PhD, RN, CCHP-RN
I am a whiner – ask anyone who knows me. In fact, check out last year’s post on this topic. But, that’s why I love Thanksgiving – a season when I can re-center myself on all the blessings of life and the people who do so much with so little recognition. This Thanksgiving season I have been pondering the great contribution of correctional officers to both public safety and the personal safety of correctional nurses throughout the criminal justice system. I wish to share a great big THANK YOU To our correctional officer colleagues who keep us safe every workday. Here are my 5 reasons I am thankful for correctional officers: ... full story

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Lateral Corrections Deputy

The Snohomish County Sheriff's Office Corrections Bureau is a full service corrections facility with an inmate population of approximately 1200. There are various areas within the jail where the corrections deputies may be assigned, including booking and release, transport, detention, medical unit, and community corrections/work release. REQUIREMENTS: ...

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